We love Glee. And we know you do, too. What’s not to love? OK, so maybe the baby-switching story couldn’t end quickly enough, but everything else is gold. The songs, the teen angst, the adult angst, the great guest stars, and Jane Lynch’s hilarious put-downs keep us tuning in faithfully every Tuesday night. But if we’re being totally honest, what we love most about Glee are the guys!
There are several very different characters on the show, and your favorite Glee guy can probably tell you a lot about your real life “type.” So which of these marvelous musical men do you most want to duet with?
Mr. Nice Guy: Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) – Ah, good old Mr. Schue. He’s the teacher with the heart of gold who loves his job and loved his wife…until she tried to pull a fast one on him! If you find yourself dreaming about running your fingers through Will’s curly locks, you’re probably looking for that man who’s got just the right balance of masculinity and sensitivity. But sometimes nice guys finish last because they’re too nice—a lesson that Will found out last season. Now that he’s getting divorced and not ready to jump into another relationship with good friend Emma (Jayma Mays), Will might finally let his inner dog out to play! Why Nice Guys Are Still Bad Boys
The Himbo: Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith) – Finn is the super cute captain of everything who somehow never lets his popularity turn him into a complete jerk, like most of his friends. He is that guy every girl in high school wanted. Unfortunately, God rarely gives with both hands. Finn may look good, but he’s not very bright. And he’s sorely lacking in confidence, which means he needs a lot of reassurance. A guy like Finn always seems like a great catch, but having to constantly tell him how pretty he is gets old really fast.
The Bad Boy: Noah “Puck” Puckerman (Mark Salling) - If the mohawk didn’t tip you off, Puck is not your average glee clubber. He seems way too mature to still be in high school—and the cougars he frequently hooks up with agree! Sure, he’s a player. Sure, he’s mean to the unpopular kids. But he has a heart too, as evidenced by his devotion to pregnant Quinn (Dianna Agron). Most of us ladies have dreamed of taming a guy like Puck. The fantasy of reforming the sexy bad boy with our love is a common one. But we call it a fantasy for good reason: it rarely works in the real world.